US National Security Adviser: Biden seeks balance at Saudi relations

US National Security Adviser: Biden seeks balance at Saudi relations
US National Security Adviser: Biden seeks balance at Saudi relations

US National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan views that US President Joe Biden wants to rebalance relations with Saudi Arabia. Sullivan added, in statements today, Friday, prior to Biden's visit to the Kingdom, that Biden will hold a discussion in Jeddah on energy security.

Jake Sullivan added that US President Joe Biden would discuss accelerating production increases and hoped to see additional action from OPEC +. The history of relations between the Kingdom and the United States dates back to 1931, with the emergence of commercial oil production, when King Abdulaziz bin Abdulrahman Al Saud granted the right to explore for oil to an American company.

After that, a cooperation agreement was signed between the two countries in 1933 AD, which supported this important economic aspect, and King Abdulaziz Al Saud, 12 years after the date of that agreement, strengthened bilateral relations with the United States with a historic meeting with US President Franklin Roosevelt in 1945.

Successive US administrations have been keen to support and strengthen relations with the Kingdom, based on a strategic vision based on the fact that the Kingdom is the one that manages the helm of energy supplies, and has become the one who controls the compass of global markets, in addition to what events have proven of the strength and impact of Saudi policy in the international community.

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